This book is a history of women's voices on the radio in two of South America's most important early radio markets. It explores what it meant to hear female voices on the radio and asks readers to consider gender in its aural and sonic dimensions.Subsequent issues from later that same month protested athe unrestricted use of short wave [which has] turned Uruguay into a ... The German ship was badly damaged and limped into Montevideo, a neutral port, for repairs. ... more than 500 of them).56 These and later events were occasion for government crackdowns on. 55 aOnda corta.a POEUR, No. ... from Michael D. Blumenthal, 64 Ra Iul Barbero, interview with the author, 7 September 2007, A Station for Women in Montevideo 89.
|Title||:||Radio and the Gendered Soundscape|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2015-07-23|